Tension is an infusion made from natural plants (olive, orange blossom, lime blossom and horsetail) that helps to maintain normal blood pressure and is suitable for adults at any age. The recommended dose is 3 infusions per day. Infusion in heat-sealed filter sachets of 1.5 g net weight, made of top quality folded filter paper with sewn cotton thread and label. Printed cardboard box wrapped in cellophane, with 20 sachets of Helps Senior Tension.
Properties and benefits of Helps Senior Tension (hypertension) for your health
Relaxation: Calms the nerves
Sitting down to enjoy a hot cup of tea can be a comforting ritual in itself. Researchers concluded that this linden extract mimics the activity of GABA, a brain chemical that inhibits excitability in the human nervous system. It can promote relaxation by inhibiting its ability to excite. Because of its composition, lime blossom is one of the oldest natural relaxants in existence.
Fights insomnia: Helps you sleep better
The quality and duration of sleep significantly affect your health. The medicinal properties of Tension tea can help you sleep naturally. It is readily used in folk medicine to promote sleep. Its herbal compounds have strong sedative properties, which can promote relaxation leading to sleep. Because it acts as a relaxant at the nervous system level, an infusion helps to combat insomnia.
Protects your heart
Some of the plant components in Tension herbal tea, such as tyliroside, rutoside and chlorogenic acid, reduce blood pressure. The plant extract helps to lower blood pressure. It also slows down the heart rate, thus allowing vasodilation and helping to prevent thrombosis.
Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory
Tension infusion contains powerful antioxidants such as tyliroside and kaempferol, which help to fight inflammation. Linden infusion helps to reduce inflammation in the organs thanks to the flavonoids and other substances it contains, which help to fight free radicals.
It produces a diuretic effect in the organism that favours the elimination of retained liquids, which is why it is useful in slimming diets. It has also been used in folk medicine to promote sweating and a productive cough when a minor illness such as a cold occurs.
Soothes your digestive tract
Like any hot infusion, it provides gentle warmth and hydration. Both soothe the digestive tract, as the water can help food move through the intestines. Folk medicine promotes the use of linden tea in times of stomach upset. In times of gastric distress, it can soothe your digestive system. Tiliroside, one of its herbal compounds, has been shown to help fight infectious diarrhoea.